“The thoughts and prayers of NCDOT employees and leadership extend to the employee’s family and our partners at Fluor-United,” said NCDOT spokesperson David Uchiyama. “This is a tragic reminder of how our employees and contractors risk their lives every day serving the public.”
The accident is under investigation by local law enforcement and other agencies, the NCDOT said. Officials said that Fluor-United is temporarily suspending all construction activities on the project.
This tragic accident comes just three days after three people were injured in a construction zone crash in Charlotte, North Carolina furthering the need for all motorists to remain focused on the road and their surroundings while navigating construction projects, moving vehicles, and the workers on site.
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